Tuesday, April 29, 2008

A Sumo Match in Three Brief Acts

Minor League Baseball has always been a pioneer in embarrassing wastes of time. Between innings, the minors tend to feature yokels from the crowd (no offense; I'm one of them) doing inane activities. I was cleaning up my stash of photos the other day, and I came across a perfect example -- two fans in sumo wrestling suits having at each other. The suits, cushioned with air, made it impossible for the contestants to walk properly. They had to just trip into each other and hope for the best. This occurred in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, almost a year ago, and if nothing else, I think these three photos perfectly capture the idea that all stories have a beginning, a middle, and an end:


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